GIVEAWAY: “BabyLit, Comin’ Up Roses”

Thank you for dropping by my Raising Jane Journal to participate in my giveaways! We’ve chosen a winner for this giveaway already (click here for details), but don’t be afraid to leave a comment anyway. I love reading them. And stay tuned for more great MaryJanesFarm giveaways.

In the “Comin’ Up Roses,” Feb/Mar issue of MaryJanesFarm, you’ll find such “Timeless Reading” farmgirl favorites as Pride and Prejudice. And for your little ones, publisher Gibbs Smith developed their BabyLit board-book series to introduce young children to the world of classic literature. In Pride & Prejudice: A BabyLit® Counting Primer, you and your child will stroll through 1 English village to meet 2 rich gentlemen and discover what happens when the 5 Bennet sisters encounter 4 marriage proposals! Alison Oliver’s charming illustrations accompany Jennifer Adams’ clever, simple text to make this take on a beloved classic perfect for little ones.

For a chance to win a FREE BabyLit® sampler, share with us the title of the book you’re currently reading in the comments below. I’ll toss your name into a hat and draw a lucky winner sometime mid-February.


Stay tuned for more magazine-related giveaways. If you’re not yet a subscriber to my magazine, MaryJanesFarm, subscribe here for $19.95/year.

  1. Last Light by Terri Blackstock

  2. Mary G. says:

    I’m currently ‘between books’ right now, but had been reading Sarah Morgan Dawson’s “A Confederate Girl’s Diary” on vacation…wow!

  3. Susan Little says:

    Reading “In Search of History” by Theodore White.

  4. Susan Campbell says:

    Tear Soup This is an excellent book for people that are grieving or going through a hard time.

  5. Neta Monroe says:

    Fervent by Priscilla Shirer 🙂

  6. Cheryl Fiske says:

    Naughty Mabel books with the grandkids!

  7. Amy Murillo says:

    Currently reading Bittersweet. I would love to share this wonderful sampler with my sweet little grands!

  8. Denise Thompson says:

    Country Chronicles by Gladys Tabor

  9. Michelle Seliga says:

    I am just finishing up reading “Hooking for Trouble” a Crochet Mysrery By, Betty Hechtman.

  10. Dixie says:

    Heaven Is Real

  11. Raine Lampert says:

    The Sign of the Book … A Cliff Janeway Bookman Novel by John Dunning

  12. Nancy Itson says:

    I am reading The Beekeepers Apprentice.

  13. anne wilson says:

    Dream It. Pin It. Live It. by Terri Suvelle Foy

  14. Pearl Maxner says:

    I am currently reading Hannah Coulter by Wendell Berry- All heart and soul! Love this writer!

  15. Cheryl Rounds says:

    Reading “According to Folly – A conservative, a liberal, and a skeptic contend for their faiths” by Daniel Heck (soon to be published)

  16. Teri says:

    The Woman in Cabin 10
    By Ruth Ware

  17. Jill Bilyeu says:

    The Connected Child by Purvis, Cross
    Lentil Underground by Liz Carlisle

  18. Ruth Ann Clark says:

    Battlefield of the Mind by Joyce Meyer

  19. Sherry Farley says:

    House Fire, and an old Guidepost Book from 1988 on Country Living

  20. Carol Jackson says:

    Rereading the No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency books.

  21. Carol Peterson says:

    I picked up a book at my dad’s recently. We were back because he had been hospitalized. I recall this author being one of my mom’s favorites. Mom went to be with the LORD in 1979, so it was a treasure to find this book and begin reading it. It is Woman to Woman by Eugenia Price.

  22. cheri duncan says:

    The Hollow Ground
    By Natalie Harnett
    a fascinating story about living in Pennsylvania towns that burnt due to coal mines

  23. Lorita says:

    Well, that’s interesting, many of the books mentioned are either books I’ve read or will be reading. I’m currently reading Wild Strawberries by Angela Thirkell. No wonder then that I feel so comfortable at MJF.

  24. Angie Morine says:

    100 days of Real Food and The Magicians

  25. Gail Summerlin says:

    Different by Sally Clarkson

  26. Tammy Goddard says:

    Wuthering Heights

  27. Darla McDonald says:

    In a Dark, Dark Wood

  28. Claire Lombardi says:

    I am reading Sue Monk Kidds “First Light”.

  29. Rita Sayers says:

    JUST finished reading IMAGINE HEAVEN …Great read

  30. Debra Shanler says:

    Currently reading The Chef’s Bride

  31. E M says:

    I am currently reading only kid books to my daughter. I haven’t made time to read anything else. We are reading Llama llama books

  32. Erin McBride says:

    The Broken Way, and Dune

  33. becky krout says:

    outlander series

  34. Karen Bass says:

    The Shunning by Beverly Lewis.

    Our bookclub selection of the month. I hope to win the Pride and Prejudice boardbook for a woman who’s like a daughter to me. She has a new baby named Lizzie Joy.

  35. Brenda Wheeler says:

    What a great set of books to introduce children to wonderful literature.

  36. Kara Becker says:

    “All Together in One Place”

  37. Melody Larson says:

    My last book is Paper Roses by Amanda Cabot…I love the happy endings!!

  38. Carol Johnson says:

    Silent Spring by Rachel Carson and All My Meadows by Patricia Leimbach

  39. Kathy Young says:

    The busy woman’s home spa book
    Liz Wilde

  40. Marion says:

    I am reading “Lauren Rides To The Rescue” Riding Academy #12

  41. Joan says:

    I am currently reading “My Sister’s Prayer Cousins of the Doves #2

  42. Marilyn says:

    I am reading “Elsie AT The Worlds Fair” Elsie Dinsmore Series #20

  43. Cindy Cope says:

    The Gratitude Diaries by Janice Kaplan

  44. Sandy T. says:

    Nobody Knows: The Harry T. Burleigh Story

  45. Natalie Faulkner says:

    Reading “Better than new” by Nicole Curtis.

  46. Susan says:

    I’m reading “Waves of Mercy” by Lynn Austin

  47. RachelHP says:

    Our current read aloud is The Hobbit. These would make great additions to my niece’s library

  48. Shari says:

    Margaritas, Marzipan, and Murder

  49. sharon s says:

    Reading ‘Hearts of Fire” from Voice of the Martyrs.

  50. Lisa Whaley says:

    Just Finished : The Whiskey Sea

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